The Emmbrook Inn
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... overtaken us in Skippy? P: 42,000 ish Z: Ha, pretty much every vehicle we encountered in NZ! Times have we fallen out? P: Of skippy? None, I wore a seat belt Z: 3/4… Rectified as soon as Pete realized I am always right! Different vehicles have we travelled in? P: 114 Z: Skippy, the Spaceship rentals, random lifts, lots of boats, kayaks planes and maybe a few dozen buses. A hundred or so… Times have we played our Skippy CD (despite it ...
... head on some random hunk of steel and the ballast rocks roll up onto the sleepers and grind into your ribs, stomach and legs. You aren't allowed to hold onto the rails as they often get ground to sharp points by the trains so you have to pull yourself along using the sleepers. We were told to expect bruises, and will post photos of the bruising when they come up.
We all had a go at getting under and crawling to the other end of just 1 carriage, I would hate to ...
... with its warning sign that it's a low bridge - they are not joking, I almost have to duck - good job we're not on bikes here. It may be only 9am but the health conscious Londoners are up, cycling, walking their dogs or jogging. Out on the river, the rowers are up practicing their strokes and over on the far bank I can see The Dove Coffee House, said to be a favourite haunt of Nell Gwyn and Charles II although it's debatable as many other olde worlde pubs on the riverside make the ...
... prices. Gucci, Yves St Laraunt, Tiffany's, Goldsmiths and Burberry among the names. I bought zilch. Went onto Bond Street in West End meeting Steve and Terry. Enjoyed the meeting and asked to be Guest Speaker tomorrow. Then went to London Eye. Flattering photo taken as a Souvenir. I'm pleased with it. Checked pick up time for transfer to Heathrow Airport Thursday and told ...
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